Spanish Village Restaurant in Houston's Third Ward closing after more than 50 years

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Fans of 1 of Houston's oldest restaurants are excited to perceive that their favourite eatery won't beryllium closing its doors anytime soon.

Earlier this month, cook and co-owner of Spanish Village Restaurant Ishita Chakravarty told ABC13 that some the pandemic and the aging gathering enactment a strain connected the household business. They decided it was clip to sell.

That was until a caller proprietor decided to acquisition the edifice successful hopes of keeping the concern moving smoothly, according to a Facebook post.

The Spanish Village Restaurant, a known staple successful Houston's historical Third Ward, has been unfastened for much than 50 years.

The archetypal program was to accidental goodbye to their decades of memories connected July 17, but acknowledgment to the caller ownership, Spanish Village volition beryllium backmost unfastened for concern connected Aug. 1.

The staff's GoFundMe that was created to assistance during the modulation is inactive active, with donations continuing to determination in.

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